Jeff Vanderstelt shares how to overcome temptation to sin. He says, “If you don’t have the Spirit and the Word, you’re not going to overcome sin.”
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Jeff Vanderstelt discusses what should compel us to do ministry.
Jeff Vanderstelt shares how to tell if you’re an older brother.
Jeff Vanderstelt discusses making disciples.
Jeff Vanderstelt shares how to make your ministry more significant.
Jeff Vanderstelt asks the question, “What are you making disciples of?”
Jeff Vanderstelt explains why the gospel is good news for pastors.
Jeff Vanderstelt discusses how the Gospel teaches us to say no to sin.
Jeff Vanderstelt discusses how everyone is an unbeliever.
“If we are going to be about incarantional ministry we must stay among a people and die. Jesus came and he dwelt among us for 30 years. Have you ever thought about that? The God of the Universe comes and dwells in obscurity for 30 years and he’s not noticed. I mean are we willing… Read More »
Join the GCM Collective for the third annual GCM Collective National Conference in Huntsville, Alabama on September 12-14, 2012.
Mike Breen, Alan Hirsch, Jo Saxton and Jeff Vanderstelt discuss how we can recover the power of the gospel among ordinary people.
The very reason many people are not stepping out in mission is because they’re not willing to die for the One who died for them. If you get over that, nothing will stop you.
“The biggest mistake I made was I told people to go be Jesus to people. None of you can be Jesus to people – only Jesus can be Jesus to people.” – Jeff Vanderstelt
Here’s how I know you’re not really on mission… You’re not walking in the rhythms of the life of the people who are there. If you only see them once in a while you’re not on mission with them.
“The God of the Universe comes and dwells in obscurity for 30 years, and He’s not noticed. Are we willing to not be noticed?”
The Church has got to get rid of its dualism and say “You are the church.” Now everything counts. Find out why on this video clip from Verge Conference by Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski.
Every culture, every neighborhood, every pocket of people has its own celebrations – your job as a Christian is to engage in the celebration with those people.